|The world's largest steam turbine, Arabelle, was built for a British nuclear power plant - Project Hinkley Point C (HPC). The turbine is longer than an Airbus 380 and larger than a human being. HPC is expected to produce approximately 3.2 GW of power with near-zero carbon emissions. The generated energy should be sufficient to cover six million households.|
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Press releases • Aug 16, 2019 14:47 CEST
Exactly 250 years ago the patent of James Watt's “separate condenser” was introduced. The invention improved steam engines and revolutionized the world. 50 years later, the ingenious inventor, James Watt, died. 2019 is therefore a special anniversary year and the right time to pay tribute to one of the greatest inventors of all time.